Verdant View Farm Bed and Breakfast

Address: 429 Strasburg Road, Strasburg, Pennsylvania, 17562, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 429 Strasburg Road, Strasburg, is near Sight and Sound Theatres, Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Cherry Crest Adventure Farm, and National Toy Train Museum.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsVerdant View Farm Bed and Breakfast Strasburg

      Reviewed by bethh1902

      Fun place to stay!

      Reviewed Aug 27, 2013
      by (14 reviews) Glen Allen , United States Flag of United States

      Clean rooms with comfortable bed and a good value. I would recommend getting the room with private bathroom as I did. Those without a private bath were in and out and in and out of their room to use the bathroom. The slamming of the doors was a bit bothersome, but other than that it was a lovely stay. So much fun to milk a cow by hand and bottle feed a baby calf!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Verdant View Farm Bed and Breakfast Strasburg

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Strasburg

      Rough night, goodbye NJ

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Oct 27, 2014

      3 photos

      It had not been a very good night. Neither of us could get any sleep. A big trailer had parked right next to us in the Wal-Mart and it spent the whole night idling. At around 2am, Chris got up and actually moved our Westy farther from it but the damage was done and our night was shot. The Wal-Marts are really well lit but usually they close the parking lot lights after the store closes. ...

      Strasburg Railroad and Pennsylvania RR museum

      A travel blog entry by photokent on Oct 16, 2014

      4 photos

      Strasburg Railroad is adjacent to the Pennsylvania Railroad Museum. We stopped by today en route to Gettysburg where we road the tourist train, and saw some cool equipment. Just a few shots but I did get this video of the steam engine as it came down the track to couple up with the passenger cars.


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      Pumpkins and Corn

      A travel blog entry by the_lintons on Oct 14, 2014

      8 photos

      ... along broad river valleys. The countryside featured acres of corn or forests of autumn shades. We eventually arrived, just in time for a bite of tea and a swim.
      We explored the area around Lancaster which is made up of lots of farm land and little villages, as well as covered bridges. Saw several Amish families going about their daily business, many of the businesses are owned and run by ...

      Aaah, Countryside again

      A travel blog entry by hyoung74 on Oct 07, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... as me and most looked as though they were in their 70's.

      From Lititz we headed for Columbia to try our luck with another Comfort Inn. We are using the Choice chain so much because we have a hard copy book with all the world wide listings. It is so much easier for me to look at in the car while Wes is driving. Any web based data base requires us to stop somewhere that we can access wi fi. Sounds good in theory but is not practical especially on the roads less travelled that ...

      Train towns

      A travel blog entry by elandaa on Jun 28, 2013

      21 photos

      ... pushed it for a mile down the line at walking pace then brought it back again. There was nothing to see, the sides of the track were all overgrown with weeds, backed onto old industrial looking area of nothing in particular interest.

      There was another workshop building out the back which had some of the more modern steam power inside. This was more typically ‘train museum’ – dusty hulks in tight narrow rows with little lighting! Still, the collection ...